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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYDunmore, Pennsylvania - January 11, 20141. Medium pan of room in home2. Medium of Gregory and Sandi Leeson3. Tight of sound monitor4. Medium of crib in nursery5. Tight tracking shot up the stairs6. Tight of door opening into nursery7. SOUNDBITE: Sandi Leeson, owns 'slightly haunted' home (transcript below)8. Long of house exterior9. Tight of house exterior10. Graphic: Zoom of web page with 'slightly haunted' highlighted11. Medium of Sandi Leeson through door, UPSOUND: Child screaming12. Medium of bathroom mirror13. SOUNDBITE: Gregory Leeson, owns 'slightly haunted' home (transcript below)14. Long of Gregory Leeson through staircase spindles15. Tight Gregory holding a baby16. Tight of closing screen door17. Medium pan of house exterior18. SOUNDBITE: Gregory Leeson, owns 'slightly haunted' home (transcript below)19. Tight of house exterior20. Medium pan of basement21. Medium to tight of old basement fireplace22. SOUNDBITE: Gregory Leeson, owns 'slightly haunted' home (transcript below)23. Tight of basement foundation24. Medium pan of room25. Medium of child's trike26. Medium of staircase newel cap with stained glass in background27. Tight of black cat's face28. Medium of black cat.VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:THERE'S SOMETHING A LITTLE SPOOKY ABOUT THIS CENTURY-OLD VICTORIAN, ACCORDING TO ITS OWNERS.GREGORY AND SANDI LEESON SAY THEY ONCE HEARD WHAT SOUNDED LIKE AN ADULT'S VOICE IN THE NURSERY. THEY RAN UPSTAIRS, ONLY TO FIND THEIR DAUGHTER STARING QUIETLY AT THE WALL.SOUNDBITE: Sandi Leeson, owns 'slightly haunted' home:"I definitely think there's a spirit in the house, just based on my experiences and my feelings when I'm in the house."THE PENNSYLVANIA COUPLE RECENTLY PUT THEIR HOME UP FOR SALE, AND THEY FOREWARNED POTENTIAL BUYERS. THE LISTING SAYS, "SLIGHTLY HAUNTED. NOTHING SERIOUS, THOUGH." IT GOES ON TO DESCRIBE MIDDLE-OF-THE-NIGHT SCREAMS (nats)AND "THE OCCASIONAL GHASTLY VISAGE" IN THE BATHROOM MIRROR.SOUNDBITE: Gregory Leeson, owns 'slightly haunted' home: "It was kind of funny, and I tried to word it with a little bit of a sense of humor."GREGORY LEESON SAYS HE DOESN'T BELIEVE IN GHOSTS. BUT THE MYSTERIOUSLY BANGING DOORS …(nats) … AND OCCASIONAL ODD NOISES IN THE BASEMENT GIVE HIM THE WILLIES. "There's a creepy vibe about it. Hence the 'slightly haunted.' I wouldn't say it's a full-blown poltergeist haunting, you know?"MAYBE NOT, BUT A PREVIOUS OWNER SHOWED UP AT A RECENT OPEN HOUSE AND TOLD LEESON ABOUT A BIZARRE DISCOVERY HE'D MADE IN THE BASEMENT DECADES AGO.SOUNDBITE: Gregory Leeson, owns 'slightly haunted' home: "They found a skull, a human skull. And they found it up at the top of the foundation." THE COUPLE'S GOTTEN PLENTY OF INTEREST FROM CURIOSITY SEEKERS AND GHOST HUNTERS, BUT NO SERIOUS OFFERS.THEY'LL CONSIDER NIGHTLY RENTALS IF THE HOUSE DOESN'T SELL … BLACK CAT NOT INCLUDED. MICHAEL RUBINKAM, ASSOCIATED PRESS, DUNMORE, PENNSYLVANIA